Whisk 2 wholesome pulpy bananas into the mixer and add 2 heaped tsp. of oats. After whisking in, add a full glass of milk or yogurt with a dash of honey or a tbsp. of your favorite jam. Whip up the smoothie for about a minute and voila! All you get is a creamy smoothie, laden with the goodness of milk, oats and fresh fruits. You can also add a handful of nuts for that extra energy spike.Fresh Fruits with Yogurt
You don’t have to spend a great time on it. Just layer your bowl with your favorite cereal, laden with freshly chopped seasonal fruits and then top it off with low fat yogurt. It tastes amazingly delicious and is a sumptuous recipe for breakfast. This is a good recipe for those, who swear by their morning bowl of cereal.Masala Idli
There’s no better way of using leftover idli’s than using them as masala idlis for next day’s breakfast.
Add mustard seeds into a pan with a little oil. Add curry leaves into it, with a pinch of salt, chili powder and turmeric. Add halved idlis and stir fry a little to get the color and the smokiness of the spices. Turn it off and have it with your favorite chutney or just like that. It’s simple and not to mention, healthy.Spanish Omelet
Egg lovers this is for you!
Whisk 2 eggs with some chopped garlic, onions, tomatoes, and some other left over veggies, sausage/salami slices and salt and pepper to taste. Oil your pan and make an omelet. It will take four minutes to cook completely and lesser to devour.Garlic Butter and Beans on Toast
Consider brown bread, if you want to have a healthy breakfast option. Toast and smear some margarine or butter on it. Meanwhile heat the canned beans and add dry chili flakes and a little salt to taste. Have it for breakfast and you will love it.Stuffed Sandwiches
Leftover sabzi can be used for sandwiches. Just mash them with a little salt and pepper. Layer in between bread slices and toast them on a hot griddle with oil or a sandwich maker.
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